Monthly Archives: April 2011

The Two Towers (2002)

Ah, a true epic… The Two Towers is the second installment in the trilogy of Lord of the Rings; it is a fantasty/drama film, which continues to follow Frodo’s journey towards the evil land of Mordor in order for him … Continue reading

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2012 (2009)

(This post will be a much shorter review then usual) “2012” is an epic disaster film dealing with the end of the world that the Mayans predicted.  The film is written and directed by Roland Emmerich (The Day After Tomorrow, … Continue reading

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The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)

Powerful, amazing, epic, one-of-the-greatest-movie-adaptions-ever; these are a few of the many reasons Lord of the Rings is so–awesome! But now, I have to be like all the other “critics” out there and describe it “normally”… The Fellowship of the Ring … Continue reading

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Sneakers (1992)

Sneakers is a caper film with computers, cryptography, espionage, secrets, deception, and betrayal.  The center point of the movie is on a team of misfits, who are paid to break into banks to see accessible they are.  But the government … Continue reading

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Finding Nemo (2003)

To start: its awfully hard for me to justify how amazing Pixar films really are.  Yet again, I stress the point these are my reviews and they are not targeted to strike anyone’s…chords and anger them in any way. …And … Continue reading

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Angels & Demons (2009)

Are you interested in studying symbology, architecture, Catholicism, or the Vatican?  Then: you’d like this movie, I’d reckon! Based on the best-selling novel by Dan Brown, “Angels & Demons” is a heart-pounding thriller that all happens within the Vatican walls … Continue reading

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Robin Hood (2010)

There are few directors nowadays who approach a movie with an artistic vision or visual style.  Ridley Scott is one of those few.  Although, his style is not obvious up on screen like some filmmakers like Stanley Kubrick, Paul Thomas … Continue reading

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